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Happy New Year 2020!

Posted on December 28, 2019  /  0 Comments

See more on what “Inclusion” means to us in our latest annual report
LIRNEasia in association with Neelan Tiruchelvam Trust (NTT) conducted research program which promotes participatory knowledge sharing processes and social integration among fruits and vegetable farmers connected to export value chains in the North and South.

Social Innovation with impact

Posted by on December 22, 2019  /  0 Comments

Abstract from a talk given by Rohan Samarajiva
Suthaharan Perampalam, Samali Perera | September – 2019
Image of a phone in a car with the Uber app open This is highly dependent on the nature of the platform.
Photograph of a female freelance translator working on a laptop with a phone in her hand The answer depends on a combination on factors, including the circumstances of the work.
We are currently looking to fill the role of a Researcher. The full job description is available here. The deadline for application is  20th December 2019. 
Image of Chaminda's house with the hills in the background Recollections and reflections from an in-depth interview with a hearing-disabled person in Buttala, Sri Lanka
Presented by Prof. Rohan Samarajiva at SLAAS / SLIC Conference "From Innovation to Impact" 2019 on 22nd November 2019. Colombo, Sri Lanka
The group is an expansion of the UN Global Pulse Data Privacy Advisory Group which was established in 2014, and of which Samarajiva was a member since inception.
Image showing Helani Galpaya among other panelists at the "Asian Liveable Cities" Forum in San Fransisco CEO Helani Galpaya was invited to speak at the "Asian Liveable Cities Forum: Digital Solutions for Livable Cities" conference held in San Francisco, 12-14 November 2019
Train arriving at Azad Nagar metro station in Mumbai What one man's daily commute can tell us about the benefits and discomforts of disclosing one's disability
What does one say about the passing of Deunden Nikomborirak?  How does one adequately mourn the death of one so accomplished, one with so much more to give?  What does one say about a death too early? I recalled our last lunch together, several years ago.  Too many.
When faced with complex issues, education issues, for example, it is tempting to come up with a hundred and one things one might do to fix. That is a mistake. Unless we identify a few pivotal changes that will lead to positive repercussions across the education sector, we will be lost in detail.
Presented by Ayesha Zainudeen and Tharaka Amarasinghe at the 15th ITS Asia-Pacific Regional Conference Bangkok, Thailand, 29 October 2019 The full paper is available here.
Presented by Ayesha Zainudeen and Tharaka Amarasinghe at the 15th ITS Asia-Pacific Regional Conference Bangkok, Thailand, 29 October 2019 The slides presented are available here.